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Cherryl's Goin' Home

This song is by The Cascades.

This song is a cover of "Cheryl's Goin' Home" by Bob Lind.
The thunder cracks against the night
The dark explodes with yellow light
The railroad sign is flashing bright, the people stare, but I don't care
My flesh is cold against my bones
And Cheryl's going home (and Cheryl's going home)

Come, hear me shouting through the rain
Is there a way to stop the train?
I've got some reasons to explain about the way I was today
The whistle moans and I'm alone
And Cheryl's going home (and Cheryl's going home)

Santa Rosa's special down the line
I'm running desperately behind
There's only one thing on my mind, the rain and tears are in my eyes
The things I have to say will not be known
And Cheryl's going home

Santa Rosa's special down the line
I'm running desperately behind
There's only one thing on my mind, the rain and tears are in my eyes
The things I have to say will not be known
And Cheryl's going home (and Cheryl's going home)
And Cheryl's going home (and Cheryl's going home)
And Cheryl's going home (and Cheryl's going home)
Oh, Cheryl's going home (and Cheryl's going home)
Oh, Cheryl's

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Written by: Bob Lind

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